BioM: Luepke, Virginia (1953) 
Contact: Bev Rauworth

Surnames: Luepke, Krohn, McMahon, Fischer, Tremmel, Boehm, Mech, Cramer, Johnson, Pfeffer, Fritsch, Monthe

----Source: Spencer Record (Spencer, Marathon County, Wis.) 1953

----Luepke, Virginia (Marriage - 26 Sept. 1953)

Now at home to friends on route 3, Marshfield, are Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Krohn who were married Saturday morning in Christ the King Catholic Church here. The bride, the former Miss Virginia Luepke, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Luepke. Her husband is the son of Mrs. Frances Krohn, Route 3, Marshfield.

The Rev. John McMahon officiated at the 9 o'clock rites.

White accessories accented the navy blue suit selected by the bride. She carried white lilies and pink roses.

Her attendant, Miss Patsy Fischer, a niece of the groom was present in a gray suit. Pink roses and white carnations composed her bouquet. Her accessories were black.

DuWayne Tremmel served as best man for his uncle.

Following the ceremony 50 guests were present for the dinner and supper served in the church basement.

The new Mrs. Krohn, who graduated from the Spencer High School, was employed at the Dairy Belt Cheese & Butter Co. Her husband is engaged in farming.

Guests at the wedding included Mr. and Mrs. John Die*inger & family, John Fischer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Boehm, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mech and family, Mrs. Anna Krohn, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cramer, Marshfield; Mr. and Mrs. Roland Johnson and family, Milwaukee; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pfeffer and Darlene, Unity, Mr. and Mrs. James Fritsch, Mineral Point; and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Tremmel, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Fritsch and family, and Mrs. Tillie Monthe, Spencer.

The Record joins their local friends in extending congratulations and best wishes for a long and happy wedded life.

***Note: Marriage date is from the Clark Co. Records




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